The Federal Transit Authority is requiring all interested parties to meet once again for what's called a Section 106 process. The groups did this once before, back in 1999, but the FTA wants them to meet again to make sure major conflicts are resolved once and for all.
"The process requires you to consult with interested parties, with affected parties, with the state historic preservation officer and with, potentially, the advisory council on historic preservation," said CAT director Scott Lansing.
This meeting does not mean a new central station site will be agreed upon, but the public is welcome to attend. It's slated for next Tuesday, August 27, at 10am.
Reported by: Dmitra Denmark
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